The Allianz Arena chief has admitted that he hopes the Germany international will extend his stay in Bavaria.
The Germany international’s contract expires next summer and the outgoing European champions face the real possibility of losing the star on a free transfer in 12 months time.
Kroos has stalled on a new deal with Pep Guardiola’s men, leading to increased speculation over a move elsewhere.
As I’ve always said, our aim is to agree a contract extension, and that still applies,” the chief said.
“If we can’t, we’ll have to think about other options.”
United are in real need of a creative midfielder this summer, and it appears that they will need to look at other options in the Kroos chase.
The German’s future is expected to be sorted out one way or the other after the World Cup.